Spy Time

Anacleto Agente Secreto
Director
Javier Ruiz Caldera
Cast
Imanol Arias
Quim Gutiérrez
Alexandra Jiménez
Genre
Action Comedy
Duration
88 min
Nationality
Spain
Year
2014
Language
Spanish
Production
Companies
Zeta Cinema
Telefónica Studios
Theatrical
Release
4th September 2015

Spy Time

Anacleto Agente Secreto

True Lies finds its Spanish counterpart in SPY TIME, a high-budget action movie that’s as funny as it is thrilling.

From Zeta Cinema, producers of the international hits 3 Meters Above the Sky and I want you. Javier Ruiz Caldera (Ghost Graduation, Three Many Weddings) proves that making commercial movies in Spain is possible with clean and agile directing, and stories that capture the spirit of Hollywood entertainment.

This Christmas is going to become a living hell to Adolfo. Not only does his girlfriend leave him for being a guy with no ambition who works in a security company, but to top it off, he becomes the objective of a series of thugs led by Vázquez, a dangerous criminal who just escaped prison.

What did he do to get into such a mess?

It’s then that he discovers taht his father has a double identity. He’s not the sausage maker living out in the countryside on his farm that Adolfo always thought he was. He’s Anacleto, a secret agent in a slump and the man who locked Vázquez away thirty years ago. Adolfo will have to venture out of his comfort zone and work with his father, the person he gets along with least in the world, in order to survive Vázquez’s vengeance and to try to win his girlfriend back, all while making it through shootouts and chases.

Director
Javier Ruiz Caldera
Cast
Imanol Arias
Quim Gutiérrez
Alexandra Jiménez
Genre
Action Comedy
Duration
88 min
Nationality
Spain
Year
2014
Language
Spanish
Production
Companies
Zeta Cinema
Telefónica Studios
Theatrical
Release
4th September 2015